In this last episode we mostly wrap things up, but leave a few strange matters for earthly or cosmic interpretation.
Breakfast turns violent, more is revealed, and while a decent president gets elected, there's no rest for Congresswoman Kang.
The soldier and the rich guy await their fates in the afterlife, while Cynthia Kang's brother gets in way over his head.
The malefactors and the manipulators of machination start to fess up.
Congresswoman Kang re-emerges on Capitol Hill in time to put her two cents in on the economic crisis. Paulson takes a knee, and Lacy Mills goes off the rez--way off.
This Week: Ex-black ops agent Dieter Countryman comes to terms with a life misspent as the very dogs of chaos he helped unleash come back to bite him.
This Week: Things get all twisty as Kang makes some moves her own damn self, and her slacker brother contemplates the Big Wave.
This Week: Congresswoman Kang hangs out in the loo, wide stance and all.
This Week: Dieter Countryman would like to do some enhanced interrogating, while Congresswoman Kang drops in to get in the groove with a witchy woman.